Placer County Court House Giclée (canvas)

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Gold was first discovered in 1848 in Auburn (Placer County), California, after which 300,000 fortune-seekers rushed west to stake their claim. This lovely town in the Sierra foothills is a popular stopping place for travelers going between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe.

A giclée print is an elevation in printmaking technology on stretched canvas.  The original oil on canvas artwork is first scanned by the Athenæum of Philadelphia on a sophisticated high-resolution digital scanner with a raking light to capture surface details.  The giclée is then printed using a professional eleven-color ink jet printer with archival-quality inks onto high quality cotton canvas.  This printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction.  The canvas giclée is then stretched on 1" or ¾" stretcher bars.  An historical and architectural description (written by John) is affixed to the back and the giclée is enclosed in a protective acid-free clear bag.

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